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Beyond His Capacity.
Her Do yon speak any language
other than the mother longue ? *
Axim No. And I never expect to ba
able to talk like mof'aican. ' .
\ I FEARFUL BURNING SORES.
Boy Jn 3Iiscry 111 Years Eczema ( i
Kougrli Scales , Itching : and In
t flamed Cured by Cutlcnra.
" 1 wish to inform you that yoni
wonderful Cuticura has put a stop t <
twelve years of misery I passed wltt
my son. As an infant. I noticed on
his body a red spot and treated sam <
with different remedies fs ? about flv
years , but when the spot began to gel
larger I put him under the care ol
doctors. Under their treatment th
"disease spread to four different parti
? Df his body. The longer the doctors
'treated him the worse it became. Dur-
1 the day it would get rough and
like scales. At Bight it would
cracked , inflamed , and badly swol-
i. with terrible burning and itching ,
fien I think of his suffering , It nearly
is my heart. His screams could
beard downstairs. The suffering
la1 my sou made me full of misery. I
'had no ambition to work , to eat. nor
ctould I sleep. One doctor told me that
my son's eczema was incurable , Jind
gave it up for a bad job. One evetiins
I saw Jn article in the paper about
the wonderful Cuticura and decided to
give It a trial. I tell you that Cuticura
.Ointment is worth its weight In gold ,
and when I had used the Qrst box of
Ointment there was a great improve
ment , and by the time I had uspfl the
second set of Cuticura Soap , Cuticura
Ointment , and Cuticura Resolvent , my
child was cured. He is now 12 yean
old. and bis skin is as fine and smooth
as silk. Michael Stoinman , 7 Surauer
Ave. , Brokiyn , N. Y. , Apr. 1C , , 'OS. "
In Southwark. the smallest London
borough , there worn more lunatics last
year than in any other metropolitan bor
Spring Excursions .to Milwaukee.
The Jobbers and Manufacturers' Asso
ciation has arranged for three Mer
chants' Excursions to Milwaukee during
February and March.
Any merchant in the Northwest is en
titled to a rate of one and one-fifth fare
for the round trip , not alone for himself
mid wife , but for anyone actively inter
ested in his business. .
You can buy tickets to Milwaukee as
First Excursion. February 10th to
24th. and return home February 18th to
Second Excursion. March 2d to 10th ,
and return home March 4th to 20th.
Third Excursion , March IQih to 24th ,
and return home March 18th to April 3d.
Pur.cliape a ticket to Milwaukee only ,
; it full fare and at the same time ask
for a certificate ! , ( pot a receipt ) for faro
jmxl. Tins certificate will entitle yeti to
olio-fifth fare to return home if validated
: it the Secretary's office , 45 University
Bu'lding , at any time within the d.itea
The University of Foura Bay. Sierra
Leoae , is said to be the smallest in the
.world. It has five professors , but less
thnn twenty students.
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N. W. Hfdes& Fur Cor , Minneapolis , Minn.
By ANTHONY HOPE
"A trl * man will make more opportunitli
than h find * . " Francis Bacon.
The night came on , fair and still , clear
and stnrlit ; but there was nc moon ano\
outside the immediate neighborhood of the
main streets , the darkness vas enough
to favor our hope of escaping rotice with
out being so intense as to embirrass our
footsteps. Everything , in fact , seemed to
be on lur side , and 1 was full of buoy
ant confidences as I put my revolver in
my pockee and , on the stroke of midnight ,
stole from my lodgings. I looked up to
ward the bank and dimly descried threa
or four motionless figures , whom I took
to be sentries guarding the treasure. The
street itself -as almost deserted , but from
where I atood I could see uhe Piazza
cro dsd with a throng of people , whose
shouts and songs told me that the Cole
nel's hospitality was being fully appre
ciated. There was dancing going on to
the strains of the military baud , and ev
ery sign showed that our good citizens in
tended , in familiar phrase , to make a
night of it.
I walked swiftly and silently down to
the jetty. Yes , the boat was all right ! 1
looked to her fires , and left-her moored by
launched into the
one rope ready to be
calm black sea in an instant. Then I
strolled along , by the barber side. Here
I met a couple of sentries. Innocently
I entered into conversation with them ,
condoling on their hard fate in being kept
on duty while pleasure was at the helm
in the Piazza. Gently deprecating such
excess of caution , I pointed out to them
the stationary lights of The Songstress ,
four or five miles out to sea , and with a
respectful smile at the Colonel's uneasi
ness , left the seed I had sown to grow in
prepared soil. I dared do no more , and
had to trust for the rest to their natural
inclination to the neglect of duty.
When I got back to the bottom of Lib
erty street , I ensconced myself in the
shelter of a little group of trees which
stood at one side of the roadway. Just
across the road , which ran at right an
gles to the street , the wood began , and a
quarter of an hour's walk through its
shades would bring us to the jetty where
the boat lay. My trees made a perfect
screen , and here I stood awaiting events.
For some time nothing was audible but
an ever-increasing tumult of joviality
from the Piazza. But after about twenty
minutes I awoke to the fact that a con
stant dribble of men , singly or in pairs
had begun to flow past me from the Pi
azza , down Liberty street , across the road
behind me , and into the wood. Some were
in uniform , others dressed in common
clothes ; one'or two I recognized as mem
bers of Johnny Carr's missing band. The
strong contrast between the prevailing
revelry and the stealthy , cautious air of
these passers-by would alone have sug
gested that they were bent on business :
putting two and two together , I had not
the least doubt that they were the Presi
dent's adherents making their way down
to the water's edge to receive their chief.
So he was coming ; the letter had done
its work ! Some fifty or more must have
come and gone before the stream ceased ,
and I reflected , with great satisfaction ,
that the Colonel was likely to have his
hands very full in the next hour or two.
Half an hour or so passed uneventful
ly ; the bonfire still blazed ; the songs and
dancing were still in full swing. It was
close upon the fateful hour of two. when ,
looking from my hiding place , I saw a
slight figure in black coming quickly and
fearfully along the road.
I recognized the Signorina at once , as
I should recognize her any day among a
thousand , and as she paused nearly oppo
site where I was , I gently called her
name and showed myself for a moment.
She ran to me at onca
"Is it all right ? " uie asked , breath
"We shall see in a moment , " said I.
"The attack is coming off ; it will begin
But the attack was not the next thing
we saw. We had both retreated again to
the friendly shadow when we could see
without being seen. Harflb- had we set
tled ourselves than the biguorina whis
pered to me , pointing across the road to
the wood :
" ' Jack ? "
I followed the line of her finger and
made out a row of figures standing mo
tionless and still on the very edge of the
wood. It was too dark to distinguish in
dividuals ; but even as we looked the si
lent air wafted to our eager ears a low-
voiced command :
"Mind , not a sound till I give the
"The President ! " exclaimed the Sig
norina , in a loud whisper.
"Hush , or he'll hear , " said I , "and
we're done. "
Clearly nothing would happen from that
quarter till it was called forth by events
in the opposite direction. The Signorina
was strongly agitated ; she clung to me
closely , and I saw with alarm that the
very proximity of the man she stood in
such awe of was too much for her com
posure. When I had soothed , and I fear
half-frightened , her into stillness , I again
turned my eyes toward the Piazza. The
fire had at last flickered out and the revels
seemed on the wane. Suddenly a body of
men appeared in close order , marching
down the street toward the bank. We
stood perhaps a hundred yards from that
building , which was , in its turn , about two
hundred from the Piazza. Steadily they
came along ; no sound reached us from
This ia getting interesting , " I said.
* There'll be trouble soon. "
As near as I could see , the Colonel's
band , for such itwas no doubt , did not
number more than five-and-twenty at the
outside. Now they were at the bank. I
could hardly see what happened , but there
seemed to be a moment's pause ; probably
someone had knocked and they were wait
ing. A second later a loud shout rang
( trough the street and I saw a group of
figures crowfilng round the door and push
ing a way into my poor bank. Then I
hoard a short , sharp order from behind ,
"Now ! Charge ! "
As the word was given another body of
B.-tv tir 'mora rushed by us f\ll : tilt *
at their head we saw the President , eirorc
in hand , running like a young man and
beckoning his men on. Up the street thej
swept. Involuntarily we waited a moment
to watch them. Just as they came neai
the bank they sent up a shout :
"The President ! the President ! Deatl
to traitors ! "
Then there was a volley , and they clos
ed round the building.
"Now for our turn , Christina , " said I ,
She grasped my arm tightly , and we
sped across the road and into the wood
It seemed darker than when I came
through before , or perhaps my eyes were
dazzled by the glare of the street lamps.
But still we got along pretty well , I help
ing my companion with all my power.
"Can we do it ? " she gasped.
"A clear quarter of an hour will do it ,
and they ought to take that to finish ofi
the Colonel. " For I had little doubt oi
the issue to that melee.
On we sped , and already we could see
the twinkie of the waves threugh the thin
ning trees. Five hundred yards more , and
there lay life and liberty and love !
- Well , of course , I might have known.
Everything had gone so smoothly up to
now , that any student of the laws of
chance could have foretold that fortune
was only delaying the inevitable slap in
the face. A plan that seemed wild and
risky had proved in the result as effectual
as the wisest scheme. By a natural prin
ciple of compensation , the simplest obsta
cle was to bring us to grief. "There's
many a slip , " says the proverb. Very
l.kely ! One was enough for our busi
ness. For just as we neared the edge of
the wood , just as our eyes were gladdened
by the full sight of the sea across the in
tervening patch of bare land , the Sig
norina gave a cry of pain and , in spite
of my arm , fell heavily to the ground. In
a moment I was on my knees by her side.
An old root growing out of the ground !
That was all ! And there lay my dear
girl white and still.
"What is it. sweet ? " I whispered.
"My ankle ! " she murmured : "oh. Jack ,
ic hurts so I" and with that she fainted.
Half an hour thirty mortal minutes I
knelt by her side ministering to her. I
bound up the poor foot and I fanned her
face with my handkerchief. In a few
minutes she came to , bu tonly , poor child ,
to sob with her bitter pain. Move she
could not , and would not. Again and
again she entreated me to go and leave
her. At last I persuaded her to try and
bear the agony of being carried in my
r.rms the rest of the way. I raised her
as gently as I could , wrung to the heart
by her gallantly stifled groan , and slowly
and painfully 1 made my way , thus bur
dened , to the edge of the wood. There
were nc entries in sight , and with a new
spasm of hoixi I crossed the open land and
neured a little wicket gate that led to
the jetty. A sharp turn just before we
reached it , and. as I rounded this with
the Signorina lying yet in my arms , I
saw a horse and a man standing by the
gate. The horse was flecked with foam
and had been ridden furiously. The man
was calm and cool. Of course he was !
It was the President !
My hands were full with my burden ,
and before I could do anything 1 saw the
muzzle of his revolver pointed full at
me ? Oh , no ! At the Signorina !
"If you move a step I shoot her through
the heart , Martin , " he said , in the quiet-
jst voice imaginable.
The Signorina looked up as she heard
"Put me down , Jack ! It's no use , " she
said ; "I knew how it would be. "
I did not put her down , but I stood
; here helpless , rooted to the ground.
"What's the matter with her ? " he said.
"Fell and sprained her ankle , " I re
"Come , Martin , " said he , "it's no go ,
ind you know it. A near thing ; but
cou've just lost. "
"Let me put her down , and we'll have a
: air fight. "
He shook his head.
"All very well for young men , " he eaid.
'At my age if a man holds trumps he
ceeps them. "
"How long have you been here ? "
"About two minutes. When I didn't
> ee you at the bank I thought something
, vas up , so I galloped on to her house.
S'o one there ! Sol came on here. A
jood shot , eh ? "
In the bitterness of my heart I could
mrdly speak. But I was not going to
) lay either the cur or the fool , so I said :
"Your trick , sir , and therefore your
cad. I must do what you tell me. Take
he revolver if you like , " and I nodded my
icad to the pocket where it lay.
"No , " he said , "I trust you. "
"I bar a rescue , " said I.
"There will be no rescue , " said he
; rimly. "The Colonel won't come.
tVhose house is that ? "
It was my boatman's.
"Bring her there. Poor child , she suf-
ers ! "
We knocked up the boatman , who thus
lid not get his night's rest after all. His
. .stonishment may be imagined.
"Have you a bed ? " said the President.
"Yes , ' ; he stammered , recognizing his
"Then carry her up , Martin ; and you ,
end your wife to her. "
I took h r up. and laid her gently on
he bed. The President followed me.
'hen we went downstairs again into the
"Let us have a talk , " he said.
The President sat down. I was sur-
irised at his leisurely , abstracted air.
ipparently he had nothing in the world
o do but sit and keep me company.
"If your excellency , " said I , instinc-
ively giving him his old title , "has busi-
ess elsewhere you can leave me safely ,
shall not break my word. "
"I know that I know that , " be 2 -
wered. "But I'd rather stay here ; I
rant to have a talk. You see there's no
anger now. There's no one left to lead
iiODi against me. "
"Then the Colonel KJ ? "
Yes , " he said gravely , "he is dead. I
but Him. "
"Not exactly ; the fightiag ws or r. A
very short affair , Martin. They never
had a dianc * ; a&d as ooa aa two or tnree
fcad fallen and the rest saw me , they
tkrew up the sponge. "
"And the Colonel T
"He fought TreJL lie killed two ot mj
fellows ; then a lot of them flung them
selves on him and disarmed bun. "
"And you killed him in cold blood ? "
The President smiled slightly.
"But for yonr scheme I aaould havt
come back without a blow , " he continued :
"but then I sh&nld have shot McGregor
just the same. "
"Because he led the revolt ? "
"Because , " said tb President , "he baa
been a traitor front tha beginning even to
the end because he tried to rob me of all
I bald dear in the world. If yon like. "
he added , with a shrng. "because be stood
between me and my will. 89 I went up
to him and told him his hour was come ,
and I shot him through the head. Ik-
died like a man , Martin ; I will say that. "
( To be oontinned. )
NEW GAME ON TRAINS.
About 3Ian with Carrln and Far
A forlorn Ind "idualwith a "tele
scope" grip in one hand and an empty
pocket boolc in the other , enlightened
the detectives at the union station the
other day concerning the latest wrinkle
in confidence games , according to the
Kansas City Star. The mehmcholy one
had just been relieved of $50 by a
couple of chauce acquaintances on a
"This Is how it happened , " said the
traveler : "I was coming from Okla
homa , and after leaving Fort Scott sat
in the smoker with a man who got on
at that station. We chatted a bit and
were watching a game of cribbage
among some traveling men across the
aisle when a man came through the car
\viti a pack of playing cards in his
hand. He stopped by the cribbage play
ers and asked them to buy the cards.
They refused , so ho turned to our seat :
" 'Gentlemen , ' he said , 'I'd like to
sell these cards. They are of unusual
ly good quality , and I'll sell them for
the price of au ordinary deck. '
" 'Let's see , ' said my seat mate , tak
ing the pack. 'I don't see anything re
markable about these. They look like
ordinary 25-cent cards to me. '
" 'All right , ' replied the owner of
the cards in an offended tone ; 'if you
can't distinguish the difference in the
quality of cards , there's no use in my
wasting time talking to you. '
"lie reached for the pack , and as it
was handed bade to him one of the
cards fell to the floor , apparently un
noticed by the owner. My seat mate ,
however , saw the card fall and said
" 'Those cards may be extra fine , but
I'll bet there is not a full pack there. '
"The owner of the cards glared In
dignantly at my seat mate.
" 'You say you will ? ' he exclaimed.
'Now what will you bet on that ? '
"My companion had already covered
the card on the floor with his foot.
" 'Oh , I'll cull anything you've got,1
"Without more ado the card sales
man lugged out a bundle of bills and
announced that he didn't like to take
candy from infants , but that he would
bet a hundred , even money , that the
pasteboards in his hand composed a
full deck of fifty-two cards , not count
ing the joker. This , of course , looked
like Christinas expenses to us , who
knew that one card of the pack lay on
" 'I'll let you in on half of the bef
said my seat mate generously , and , of
course , I jumped at the chance.
"The money was posted , the cards
were counted and the deck found to
be complete. My seat mate and the
card salesman left the train at the i
next station. Of course , I see it all' '
now that is , all but one thing :
"Why did it not occur to me that
there was something odd in a man
having $100 who had a moment before
been trying to peddle a two-bit pack of
cards ? "
"Yer honor , " protested the seedy
prisoner , "dis is jist a case o' perlice
persecution. Dey'se tryin' ter keep me
down , yer honor. You ain't goin' ter
let 'em keep me down , are yer ? "
"Certainly not , " replied the Magis
trate. "I'm going to send you up for
ninety days. " Philadelphia Ledger.
The Usual War.
"Which henis it that cackles so
much louder and longer than all the
rest ? " asked the farmer's wife.
"It's that big speckled one orer
there , " isaid the hired man. "The on
that lays those measly little eggs about
the si'/e of a bantam's. " Detroit Free
Eva Yes , at first my chaperon In
sisted upon a light in the parlor. Why ,
Jack actually kissed her in mistake for
me.Edna Gracious ! And what did sh
Eva Nothing , only now she insists
upon the parlor being dark every night
The Shrewd Borrower.
"Trimble came into my office to-day
and asked me for $5. "
"Of course you refused him. "
"No. I let him have it immediately.
He was smoking one of those rope
stogies and I wanted to get him ouj
and * get the window open. " Cleveland
With Apologies to
"New York is to hare a new f rty-
story skyscraper. "
"I thought it was to be thirty-nte .w
"They conduced to add a fortieth. "
"Why ? "
"That's another story. "
1500 Vicente Yanez Pinzon discovered
1530 Confession of Augsburg published
1552 Protector Somerset beheaded.
IG6S The Triple Alliance formed.
17SS City of Sydney , New South Wales ,
1S02 Albert Gallatin of Pennsylvania
became Secretary of the Treasury.
1814 French victorious at battle of St
1S27 Duke of Wellington made com-
mander-in-chief of British army.
1S33 Argos united to Greece under
1842 Albert Edward , Princa of Wales
( Edward VII. ) christened at Wind
1S4G Sikhs defeated the British in san
guinary battle at Aliwal.
1S49 Mooltan taken after a siege of
1S51 Walter Colton , who made first
public announcement of discovery of
gold in California , died.
1S53 Napoleon III. married Eugenie de
Montijo , Countess of Tcba.
1S55 Alliance of Sardinia with the
1S5G The Victoria Cross instituted.
1857 First outbreak of the Sepoy rebel
lion at Barrackpoor.
1SG7 President Johnson -vetoed the bill
to admit Nebraska.
1SGS Spain ordered 50,000 American
1871 Paris capitulated to the Germans.
1S73 Northfleet lost in collision with the
Mnrillo : 300 persons perished.
1S74 Duke of Edinburgh married to the
Grand Duchess Marie Alexandro-
vana at St. Petersburg.
1S7G Northampton bank robbery oc
1SS2 Charles Guiteau , after trial of 72
days , sentenced to death for murder
ing President Garfield.
1SS5 Fall of Khartoum and death of
1SSG Full of the Salisbury ministry in
1888 New South Wales celebrated its
centenary as a colony.
1889 Municipal banquet given in Lon
don in honor of United States Min
ister Phelps General strike of
street railway men in New York 'City
Republican tariff bill passed by
the Senate John M. Clayton ,
prominent politician , assassinated in
1890 Nellie Ely completed circuit of
the globe in 72 days , 6 hours and 11
1891 Prince Baldwin , the Belgian heir
presumptive , died suddenly.
1893 Phillips Brooks , famous preacher ,
died. . . .Eighty killed and many in
jured by mine explosion at Dux , Bo
1894 Reconciliation of Emperor Wil
liam of Germany and Prince Bis
1895 President Cleveland asked of
Congress authority to issue gold
1896 France announced annexation of
1898 National Monetary convention met
1899 Adelina Patti married Baron Ced-
1900 Brigham IT. Roberts of Utah ex
cluded from the House of Represent
1901 Edward VII. proclaimed King of
Great Britain and Ireland and Em
peror of India Fire in Montreal
destroyed property rained at $2-
1902 Andrew Carnegie gave $10,000,000
to the trustees of Carnegie institu
1903 United States and Great Britain
signed treaty providing for commis
sion to settle Alaskan boundary dis
pute Col. Arthur Lynch convicted
of high treason in England.
1904 Ten thousand made homeless by
fire in Aalesund , Norway Two
hundred killed in coal mine explo
sion at Cheswick , Pa Thibet de
manded the withdrawal of the Eng
L905 Successful flight of airship "Cali
fornia Arrow" at Los Angeles
Charles L. Tucker found guilty of
Mabel Page murder at Cambridge ,
LGOG Steamer Valencia wrecked off Van
couver island ; 129 lives lost.
Nijcht IlanJc Innovation.
The Day and Night bank at New York ,
.ho first institution of its kind in the
vorld , has now inaugurated a system of
LUtoaiobiie collections for tie benefit of
.hwrtcrs . nnd other enterprises who han-
L'.e 1-iruiJ sums of money at night , there-
.y obviating the necessity of sending in-
'ivdial messengers to the bank at late
Tnc Her. W. P. McClaufin of Minne-
.pol.s has been elected general superin-
.drnt of the Universalist church , the
position in the denomination.
For winter irritations of the
skin , eczemas , rashes , frost
bites , chappings , chafmgs ,
itchings , redness and rough
ness , especially of face and-
hands , for lameness and
soreness incidental to winter
sports , for sanative , antisep
tic cleansingjor baby rashes,1
itchings , and chafmgs , and
for all the purposes of the
cura Soap , by
cura Ointment , is priceless.
Guaranteed absolutely pure , and may
be used from the hour of birth.
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Africa , Lcnnon , Ltd. . Cape Town , nfj * . : U. 8. A
Potter Dru ? < k CSiem. Corp. , Bole Props. . Boston.
-e. Outlcura Booklet. 48 paces.
to Be Good for Tlint.
Young Father ( at department store ) -
I don't know exactly what to ft-sk for ,
but I want something for the baby to
cut its teeth on.
New Salesman You'll find the files in
the hardware department , on the sixth
Imitations have been placed upon tha
market so closely resembling Allcock's
Plasters in general appearance as to be
well calculated to deceive. It is , how
ever , in general appearance only that they
compare with Allcock's. for they are not.
only lacking in the best elements which
have made Allcock's so efficient , but are
often harmful m their effects. Remember
thnt Allcock's arc the original and only
genuine porous plasters the best exter
nal remedy Known and when purchasing
plasters the only safe way is to always1
insist upon having Allcock's.
We remember n dog .Tim Mocn used
to have. Jim said tirat < lo was sure
an all-around sportsman's friend.
When Jim took do-\ra his shotgun
that dog wo-ald flush nothing tout birds
and rabbits , and when Jlru got down
his rifle it vrould pay no attention to
any wild tfcvng under tbo size of deer
Jim would try to fool hrm sometimes
by taking dorm his fishing rod. but that
dog was wise , and he'd run right out in
the back yard and dig worms for bait-
Fort Collier Courier.
He Kn TV.
Teacher Now , what little boy in this
Sunday school can tell me what a pyra
mid is ?
Tommy Tuff Why , dat's de shape dq
pool balls is set up in for de break.
The Catholic Standard and Times.
DP. Williams' Pink Pills Will Cure
Most Cases and Should Interest
Nobody -who has not endured the
suffering caused by nervous head
ache can realize the av/ful agony of
its victims. Worst of all , the ordinary -
ary treatment cannot be relied upon.
to cure nor oven to give relief. Some
doctors -will say that if a person Is
subject to those headaches there is
nothing that can be done to prevent
Nervous ieadaches , as well as neu
ralgia , are caused by lack of nutrition
the nerves are starved. The only
way to feed the nerves IB through the
blood and it is in this way that Dr
Williams' Pink Pills have accom
plished so many remarkable cures.
Mrs. A < Wie Merrill , of 39 Union
Street , Auburn , Me. , says : "For
years I suffered from nervous head
aches , whlcli would come on me everv
five or sir weeks and continue for
several Jays. The pain was so severe
that I would bo obliged to go to bed-
for three or four days csch time. Ifc
was particularly Intense over my right
eye. I tried medicines but got no re
lief. I had no appetite and when ,
the headache passed away I felt as if
I had fceen sick for a month. Myt
blood was thin and Iwas pale , wealc
and redbced in weight
"I read about Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills in a paper and decided to try
fchern. I first aoticeii faat they be
gan ta give me an appetite anQ I
commenced to gain in weight -and
color. My headaches stopped and
bare net rettrrned and I have neve ?
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as do now
by or snrt
, postpaid , on
recefpt e pce , SO ce s per box ,
bores J&SO , by the Br. Williams Ji
eofflHryv Scteae-ctady ,
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